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Relative path in Role Based Access Control(RBAC)

Anil Kumar Saha
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Currently I'm working in Role Based Access Control(RBAC)module of a project.
I've to find the RELATIVE path of any file,which will be assigned to a user according to the privillege given to him/her.
If I use <input type="FILE" > then, I get the ABSOLUTE path.

Can anybody help me for finding RELATIVE path of a file?


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Anil Kumar Saha
SCJP 1.4
http://www.agilej.blogspot.com/
Eric Pascarello
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You can not find the relative path, you can take the absolute path and chop it off to for a ralative path on the server side.

Eric
Anil Kumar Saha
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Originally posted by Eric Pascarello:
You can not find the relative path, you can take the absolute path and chop it off to for a ralative path on the server side.

Eric

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